Dan advises public and private corporations on a wide range of Delaware corporate law matters, including corporate governance issues as well as the Delaware aspects of corporate transactions. Dan’s work involves a variety of complex transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, preferred stock investments and other financing transactions, as well as counseling boards of directors and committees of independent directors on their fiduciary duties. Dan also provides formal legal opinions on issues involving Delaware corporate law.
In addition, Dan counsels corporations on the technical requirements of the Delaware General Corporation Law (“DGCL”). Drawing on that experience, Dan has guided hundreds of corporations through Delaware’s statutory ratification process under Section 204 of the DGCL and has provided corporate related advice in several of the key cases involving application of Delaware’s validation procedures before the Court of Chancery under Section 205 of the DGCL.
A frequent writer on Delaware corporate law, Dan is the lead editor of the treatise Drexler, Black and Sparks, Delaware Corporation Law and Practice and is the author of the Bloomberg BNA Corporate Practice Series Portfolio The Delaware Corporation: Legal Aspects of Organization and Operation.